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BY: William Mark Mullineaux, Esq.* Sagan Medvec* On May 25th, 2018, the European Union’s (“EU”) General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) goes into effect and it may shift the way you collect data, manage user information, and market to prospects even if you are not intentionally marketing to people in Europe. […]
To address some of the problems which have arisen for children of parents with opioid addictions, Pennsylvania has expanded the rights of third parties to seek custody of a child. When there is not a parent available to care for a child, any individual who is willing to assume responsibility […]
At Change the Story, an Evening for Child Advocacy, Judy Springer received an award from the Support Center for Child Advocates for being a “Distinguished Advocate for Children.” The event was held on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at the Crystal Tea Room. Judy McIntire Springer, Astor Weiss Kaplan & Mandel, LLP […]
Link to Article: Malice Not Needed To Prove Insurer Bad Faith, Pa. Justices Say
David Gutin recently was installed as President of Jewish Senior Housing and Healthcare Services, Inc., the agency that oversees the Lions Gate CCRC in Voorhees, NJ as well as three government subsidized low income senior housing buildings in Cherry Hill, NJ.
Jordan Schlossberg has been selected by the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas to serve as a Judge Pro Tem. Congratulations Jordan!
Astor Weiss Kaplan & Mandel, LLP is pleased to announce that 10 attorneys from the firm’s Philadelphia office were recently selected for inclusion in the 2017 edition of Pennsylvania Super Lawyers, published by Thomson Reuters. The complete list of Astor Weiss Kaplan & Mandel attorneys recognized as Pennsylvania Super Lawyers […]
Notices of Increased Real Estate Tax Assessments in the City of Philadelphia The Office of Property Assessment, starting in April, has sent owners of commercial and industrial properties in Philadelphia notices of reassessment of property values. This involved a thorough analysis of some of Philadelphia’s most complex and high-valued parcels, […]
Pennsylvania has enacted new child support guidelines which will become effective May 1, 2017. These guidelines may affect your child support. You may want to determine whether or not your child support is subject to change under the new child support guidelines. Please let us know whether we can be […]
On November 21, 2016 Act 107 was adopted by the Pennsylvania legislature, effective February 21, 2017, adopting a new partnership act, a new limited partnership act, and a new limited liability company act (LLCs). In addition revisions were made to the laws governing limited liability partnerships (LLPs) and limited liability […]